• Posted March 31, 2023

    On International Transgender Day of Visibility, we are sharing four tips about how both mental health providers and allies can better support the transgender/gender non-conforming community.

  • Posted March 28, 2023

    After losing his parents and job, and living unhoused for nearly three years, Herman finally found a place to call home — with the help of Pacific Clinics.

  • Posted March 22, 2023

    In the article, “Master’s Student Finds Perfect Pairing in Gerontology and Social Work,” Pacific Clinics Clinical Team Supervisor Irma Gonzalez talks about her journey through graduate school and finding her ideal career path working with older adults.

  • Posted March 20, 2023

    Sharon Burnom, director of substance use disorders for Pacific Clinics, talks about the similarities between problem gambling and substance use disorders.

  • Posted March 14, 2023

    Senior Vice President of Strategy, Innovation and Growth Eleanor Castillo-Sumi will speak to Erica Cox, founder and chief information officer of Provisio Partners to discuss how Pacific Clinics developed Salesforce solutions.

  • Posted March 6, 2023

    The Capital Region is now offering Safety Net Services (SNS), a program that offers support to families at risk, to San Joaquin County.

  • Posted March 3, 2023

    In recognition of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, Pacific Clinics Social Worker Trishka Lampkin shares seven warning signs of teen dating violence, both before abuse occurs and signs that it is occurring, that should not be ignored.

  • Posted March 1, 2023

    A Special Message from CEO/President Kathy McCarthy on the one-year anniversary of the Pacific Clinics & Uplift Family Services merger.

  • Posted February 28, 2023

    Pasadena Star-News speaks with Laura Pancake, senior vice president, clinical operations, Los Angeles/South Coast, regarding the challenges of finding mental health workers. 

  • Posted February 28, 2023

    Resource Parents Arnicca and Juana talk about their "open home and open door" policy for teens and preteens and the two different roads that inspired them to become resource parents.